AppImages are not automatically integrated in elementary. I faced the same problem for an application I needed. (I second the suggestion from @cassidy-james-blaede, use Flatpak if possible, in my case it wasn't)
Fortunately the AppImage documentation has some nice information about integrating them with Desktop Environment
There are two available solutions:...
AppImages don't automatically add .desktop files to the appropriate FreeDesktop standard place needed to show up in the Applications Menu. There is a daemon you can install to automatically manage AppImage .desktop launchers, but I don't have experience with that directly.
If you have the choice, it's typically recommended to use Flatpak apps on elementary ...
This is a known issue in Elementary OS due to their somewhat non-standard way of applying window decorations. Fortunately, there is a fix, but it must be applied on a per-application basis. In fact on the issue description itself on GitHub, there's a summary of how to fix it with Eclipse as a sample:
For those wondering how to change the .desktop file ...
I can see a lot of stuff in the huawaylite but can not find just the pictures. Perhaps the best method for me would be to use Gmail to send them to myself and then download to my pc. Or use Dropbox or an other cloud :}
What exactly did you see after connecting the phone? Usually you should be able to browser the devices internal folder structure and find ...
If you don't find a solution on the Linux side, consider an IOS app called Phone Drive.
The app will start web and FTP servers on the phone providing direct upload/download access to your Camera Roll. Your other apps can easily "Share" their data with its temp directory, making nearly everything on the phone accessible to any device with a web browser or ...
Great answers. Another way to create desktop entries is by using the AppEditor ( https://appcenter.elementary.io/com.github.donadigo.appeditor/ ).
It works for appimages and any other type of application.
It is possible to run some Windows applications using wine, you can look up compatibility here: https://appdb.winehq.org/ though you would likely have issues. There may be alternatives that you can use for example instead of Office 2016 you could use LibreOffice, OpenOffice, SoftMaker Office, or WPS Office.
In terms of antivirus there is no antivirus by ...
latest version thats in tied to ubunthu repo can be found here:
that is a debian packaged version
other wise if you want the latest version you can download source files and build it
there are instruction in the "README.cmake" file
The option of custom columns and rows is removed from the slingshot - that's why it is not in dconf editor neighter elementary-tweaks anymore. There are few closed issues on that into github and the new ones appear, but the team is working on another approach wich do not include these keys anymore.
The only way I know to achieve this functionality now is ...
I was unable to replicate this issue following your steps in the first paragraph. Is it KeePass or KeePassX? I found KeePassX and KeePassXC in the AppCenter and neither seemed to have the issue, although maybe there is a particular setup this happens with.
To your more general question, while I can't speak for elementary, this appears to be exactly what ...
After some test in my Elementary OS 5.1 maybe you need have this packages
For the line
(pcloud:3274): libappindicator-WARNING **: 19:22:30.549: Unable to get
the session bus: Unknown or unsupported transport “disabled” for
$ dpkg -s libappindicator1
Status: install ok installed
I don't think you can do this within Firefox. If you do a 'firefox --help' on the command line there is no switch to specify a specific network interface.
You could work around that by creating a local proxy for one of the interfaces and use a custom profile for that one instance of Firefox and point it at the your new local proxy inside the profile.
Personally, i have achieved something like that. I used my laptop to pick up the wifi. Then, used the ethernet on the laptop to run to my xp desktop. the trick to it is one of the wifi connections has to be shared if i can remember right its the ethernet port. This can all be done by
-clicking the wifi symbol
-then at the bottom there's a ...
I've heard of similar issues with Snap apps off and on. One easy alternative is to use Flatpak apps from Flathub when apps exist in both places.
To install an app from Flathub:
Visit the app's page on Flathub
Click the Install button on the web page
Depending on your browser, Sideload may open automatically. If not, choose to open the downloaded file with ...
No issues here -
$ cat /etc/*release
updated as of this morning.
Using Zoom latest directly from site. I zoom a few times a day for work, can share, am able to control and see. I did have an issue one day where slack and zoom were being controlled by the same dock icon, for some ...
VLC uses libav (also backend to ffmpeg), which can decode just about any type of digital audio or video format.
I think Videos is using gstreamer, which needs individual codecs to handle each format. Most of these come in the packages gstreamer-plugins-good, gstreamer-plugins-bad, and gstreamer-plugins-ugly.
Installing those three should cover most ...
Any customization to the Plank is done at the user account level. So, we could attempt to find your data this way:
1. Go to Applications -> Terminal (or Win+T)
2. Type: cd ~
3. Type: cd .config/plank/dock1/launchers
4. Type: ls -lt
NOTE: This will list all of the files, newest first.
5. Type: cat sublime_text.dockitem | grep Launcher
NOTE: The path ...
Depending upon your Android configuration on the Huawei device, as soon as you connect it via USB, the phone should prompt you with a question how to connect (something like "USB debugging", "file transfer" or "charge only"). Be sure to choose "file transfer" in this case, and you should be seeing the phone under "Devices" in the left bar of the file manager....
This situation with VLC appeared on my Elementary-Os too.
I found a solution in the Ubuntu forum and videolan forum
So, what you can do is, open a terminal and open the environment file:
sudo nano /etc/environment
and add a line to it:
Save it and reboot your computer.
This helped me getting VLC in the right scaling....
This issue is a problem with the Juno OS, which requires a bug to be submitted for a fix. However, you should install a third-party webcam application to use the camera. One of the best third-party camera applications for Juno OS is Cheese.
I know there is a way for an elementary app developer to store the last window state together with the window position. For telegram though I don't know how they handle their last known window position.
Although I am not so deep into gnome development I can only guess that the window position storage has to actively implement for each app itself and can't ...
I solved this -for Ardour files in my case- adding a %U to the Exec element in ~/.local/share/applications/ardour.desktop. As soon as I added the option to the command the application showed up in the Pantheon Files applications list.
I don't know if this file is here because I installed Ardour from source or if this is where the shortcut is placed, but I'm ...
This can be solved by deleting your program files folder then reinstalling Opera to guarantee that all the program files are perfect and not corrupted. If this does not solve the issue, try renaming profile folders so that Opera creates new ones, and then check if it works fine. After this, you might have to remain with the new profile or try to fix the old ...